Security Intelligence: A Practitioner's Guide to Solving Enterprise Security Challenges

Security Intelligence: A Practitioner's Guide to Solving Enterprise Security Challenges

By: Qing Li (author), Gregory Clark (author)Paperback

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Description

Similar to unraveling a math word problem, Security Intelligence: A Practitioner's Guide to Solving Enterprise Security Challenges guides you through a deciphering process that translates each security goal into a set of security variables, substitutes each variable with a specific security technology domain, formulates the equation that is the deployment strategy, then verifies the solution against the original problem by analyzing security incidents and mining hidden breaches, ultimately refines the security formula iteratively in a perpetual cycle. You will learn about: Secure proxies the necessary extension of the endpoints Application identification and control visualize the threats Malnets where is the source of infection and who are the pathogens Identify the security breach who was the victim and what was the lure Security in Mobile computing SNAFU With this book, you will be able to: Identify the relevant solutions to secure the infrastructure Construct policies that provide flexibility to the users so to ensure productivity Deploy effective defenses against the ever evolving web threats Implement solutions that are compliant to relevant rules and regulations Offer insight to developers who are building new security solutions and products

About Author

Qing Li is Chief Scientist and Vice President of Advanced Technologies for Blue Coat Systems, a worldwide provider of security and network systems. He has 17 issued patents, has received multiple industry awards and has been an active speaker at industry conferences and an active voice in the technology media around the world. Gregory Clark is currently the CEO of Blue Coat Systems, a worldwide provider of security and network systems.

Contents

Foreword xv Preface xvii Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Secure Proxies 1 Security Must Protect and Empower Users 2 The Birth of Shadow IT 2 Internet of Things and Connected Consumer Appliances 3 Conventional Security Solutions 5 Traditional Firewalls: What Are Their Main Deficiencies? 5 Firewall with DPI: A Better Solution? 9 IDS/IPS and Firewall 11 Unified Threat Management and Next ]Generation Firewall 14 Security Proxy A Necessary Extension of the End Point 15 Transaction ]Based Processing 18 The Proxy Architecture 19 SSL Proxy and Interception 22 Interception Strategies 24 Certificates and Keys 28 Certificate Pinning and OCSP Stapling 32 SSL Interception and Privacy 33 Summary 35 Chapter 2 Proxy Deployment Strategies and Challenges 37 Definitions of Proxy Types: Transparent Proxy and Explicit Proxy 38 Inline Deployment of Transparent Proxy: Physical Inline and Virtual Inline 41 Physical Inline Deployment 41 Virtual Inline Deployment 43 Traffic Redirection Methods: WCCP and PBR 44 LAN Port and WAN Port 46 Forward Proxy and Reverse Proxy 47 Challenges of Transparent Interception 48 Directionality of Connections 53 Maintaining Traffic Paths 53 Avoiding Interception 56 Asymmetric Traffic Flow Detection and Clustering 58 Proxy Chaining 62 Summary 64 Chapter 3 Proxy Policy Engine and Policy Enforcements 67 Policy System Overview 69 Conditions and Properties 70 Policy Transaction 71 Policy Ticket 73 Policy Updates and Versioning System 77 Security Implications 77 Policy System in the Cloud Security Operation 80 Policy Evaluation 82 Policy Checkpoint 82 Policy Execution Timing 84 Revisiting the Proxy Interception Steps 86 Enforcing External Policy Decisions 90 Summary 91 Chapter 4 Malware and Malware Delivery Networks 93 Cyber Warfare and Targeted Attacks 94 Espionage and Sabotage in Cyberspace 94 Industrial Espionage 96 Operation Aurora 96 Watering Hole Attack 98 Breaching the Trusted Third Party 100 Casting the Lures 101 Spear Phishing 102 Pharming 102 Cross ]Site Scripting 103 Search Engine Poisoning 106 Drive ]by Downloads and the Invisible iframe 109 Tangled Malvertising Networks 113 Malware Delivery Networks 114 Fast ]Flux Networks 117 Explosion of Domain Names 119 Abandoned Sites and Domain Names 120 Antivirus Software and End ]Point Solutions The Losing Battle 121 Summary 122 Chapter 5 Malnet Detection Techniques 123 Automated URL Reputation System 124 Creating URL Training Sets 125 Extracting URL Feature Sets 126 Classifier Training 128 Dynamic Webpage Content Rating 131 Keyword Extraction for Category Construction 132 Keyword Categorization 135 Detecting Malicious Web Infrastructure 138 Detecting Exploit Servers through Content Analysis 138 Topology ]Based Detection of Dedicated Malicious Hosts 142 Detecting C2 Servers 144 Detection Based on Download Similarities 147 Crawlers 148 Detecting Malicious Servers with a Honeyclient 150 High Interaction versus Low Interaction 151 Capture ]HPC: A High ]Interaction Honeyclient 152 Thug: A Low ]Interaction Honeyclient 154 Evading Honeyclients 154 Summary 158 Chapter 6 Writing Policies 161 Overview of the ProxySG Policy Language 162 Scenarios and Policy Implementation 164 Web Access 164 Access Logging 167 User Authentication 170 Safe Content Retrieval 177 SSL Proxy 181 Reverse Proxy Deployment 183 DNS Proxy 187 Data Loss Prevention 188 E ]mail Filtering 190 A Primer on SMTP 191 E ]mail Filtering Techniques 200 Summary 202 Chapter 7 The Art of Application Classification 203 A Brief History of Classification Technology 204 Signature Based Pattern Matching Classification 206 Extracting Matching Terms Aho ]Corasick Algorithm 208 Prefix ]Tree Signature Representation 211 Manual Creation of Application Signatures 214 Automatic Signature Generation 216 Flow Set Construction 218 Extraction of Common Terms 220 Signature Distiller 222 Considerations 225 Machine Learning ]Based Classification Technique 226 Feature Selection 228 Supervised Machine Learning Algorithms 232 Naive Bayes Method 233 Unsupervised Machine Learning Algorithms 236 Expectation ]Maximization 237 K ]Means Clustering 240 Classifier Performance Evaluation 243 Proxy versus Classifier 247 Summary 250 Chapter 8 Retrospective Analysis 251 Data Acquisition 252 Logs and Retrospective Analysis 253 Log Formats 254 Log Management and Analysis 255 Packet Captures 259 Capture Points 259 Capture Formats 261 Capture a Large Volume of Data 263 Data Indexing and Query 264 B ]tree Index 265 B ]tree Search 267 B ]tree Insertion 268 Range Search and B+ ]tree 270 Bitmap Index 272 Bitmap Index Search 273 Bitmap Index Compression 276 Inverted File Index 279 Inverted File 279 Inverted File Index Query 281 Inverted File Compression 282 Performance of a Retrospective Analysis System 283 Index Sizes 283 Index Building Overhead 285 Query Response Delay 286 Scalability 288 Notes on Building a Retrospective Analysis System 289 MapReduce and Hadoop 289 MapReduce for Parallel Processing 292 Hadoop 293 Open Source Data Storage and Management Solution 295 Why a Traditional RDBMS Falls Short 295 NoSQL and Search Engines 296 NoSQL and Hadoop 297 Summary 298 Chapter 9 Mobile Security 299 Mobile Device Management, or Lack Thereof 300 Mobile Applications and Their Impact on Security 303 Security Threats and Hazards in Mobile Computing 304 Cross ]Origin Vulnerability 305 Near Field Communication 306 Application Signing Transparency 307 Library Integrity and SSL Verification Challenges 307 Ad Fraud 308 Research Results and Proposed Solutions 308 Infrastructure ]Centric Mobile Security Solution 311 Towards the Seamless Integration of WiFi and Cellular Networks 312 Security in the Network 313 Summary 315 Bibliography 317 Index 327

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781118896693
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 360
  • ID: 9781118896693
  • weight: 600
  • ISBN10: 1118896696

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